Erin Lucas is an American reality show star. She appeared as herself during the first season of "The Hills" spin-off series "The City." She is also the daughter of AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams.
Erin Lucas (born Erin Williams) is not your typical celebrity. Born into the spotlight, she is the daughter of world famous bassist Cliff Williams of a little band you may have heard of called AC/DC. Being born into the family she was, Erin has been allowed to take things at her leisure for most of her life. This included her schooling growing up. This is not to say she isn't intelligent; she was simply allowed to travel with her father throughout her childhood as he toured the country with his band. As she puts it "I wrote a lot of book reports to send back to my teachers, but I loved traveling and being in a different city each night. I’m a bit of a gypsy."
If you don't instantly recognize the name or even the face, that's because Erin's fame so far only extends to her Rock and Roll Royalty status and the role she played on MTV's "The Hills" spin-off "The City." On the show, she was the best friend of Whitney Port, former star of "The Hills." The two now best friends originally met while Erin was sharing an RV with Whitney and their respective boyfriends at the time during the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in southeastern California. The two became quick pals, and once Whitney was offered her own spin-off, Erin was approached to star alongside her.
"The City" took place in New York, where Erin had already been living. According to her "I got a Facebook message from the producers asking if I wanted to be part of the show. And I thought, ‘Why not? I love Whitney, I love New York, it could be fun.’”
While living in New York and starring on "The City," Erin also managed to attend college at NYU, eventually even landing a job as a talent liaison and project coordinator with One Model Management. Alas, the lack of privacy from starring on a reality series eventually got the best of her, prompting her to quit the series and move to Los Angeles. Since then, she has become the host of Sex & Relationships on CurrentTV.